What is …of Things Past?
…of Things Past is a consignment shop that has been in business for over 20 years, with three locations in Toronto and a combined showroom space of almost 30,000 sq. ft.
Their inventory ranges from porcelain figurines to wall units, rugs to chandeliers, silverware to stunning works of art, and the styles range from traditional to modern and include everything in between. With a customer base ranging from all ages and all levels of income, and with new items coming in everyday, there’s something for everyone at …of Things Past.
WHAT IS CONSIGNMENT?
Consignment is a business arrangement in which goods are left in the possession of another party to sell. The consignor, who brings the item or items in, receives a percentage of the revenue when their item sells.
From a seller’s perspective: Consignment means a return for the consignor who no longer has a need for their items that are still clean and useable.
From a buyer’s perspective: Consignment doesn’t necessarily mean second-hand — merchandise mainly comes from people downsizing their homes, but …of Things Past also gets pieces from designers, home stagers, and other merchants selling new but overstocked inventory. By purchasing consigned items, you’re not only getting good-quality items at a deeply discounted rate, you’re also helping to protect the environment by reusing and repurposing quality furniture and accessories, which in-turn eliminates waste.
WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE …of Things Past
…of Things Past carefully and thoroughly screens the furniture, art and accessories that come into their stores, and they only select items of good name and/or quality to sell to buyers. They cater to everyone — especially those who are tired of buying cheaply made furniture at exorbitant prices that still needs to be put together!
With something for everyone, whether your taste is modern, traditional, contemporary, or something in between, you are sure to be welcomed with a warm smile any many items to choose from.
For more information, visit ofthingspast.com